Black-Owned Bedford Business Wins Money for Efforts to Help Homeless Veterans

Black-Owned Bedford Business Wins Money for Efforts to Help Homeless Veterans

Black-owned businesses trying to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic have a chance to win $25,000. It’s part of Discover’s ‘Eat It Forward’ program to support the restaurant industry. NBC 5’s Yona Gavino talked to a Bedford business owner who just found out, he won another contest for his efforts to help homeless veterans.

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Anthony Peak
Author: Anthony Peak

My name is Anthony T. Peak and I am a CPA and Business Owner. In addition to owning UALE.com, Peak CPA Services, LLC, and Peak Travel Services, I work as a Senior Compliance Manager for Verizon Wireless. I earned a B.S. in Accounting from Morris Brown College. While at Morris...

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